Chris Jansen (www.Ideacreation.org) - "To all the edupreneurs"
Scan the environment- ‘what comes next, and what should we do about it?’
Collective IntelligenceExplains a groups performance on a wide variety of tasks Collective intelligence is not strongly correlated with the average of maximum individual intelligence of group membersFactors that were important: – average social sensitivity (the ability to read and understand the emotion of others) of group members, – the quality in distribution of conversational turn-taking. Ringleb, Rock, Conser - “NeuroLeadership in 2010”
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Complexity, Leadership systems thinking An for iterative the future model…Diversity eg Collaboration,culture, technology,generations, influencebeliefs Mindfulness, balance, leading self
We cannot solve problems with the same thinking that created them. Albert Einstein Seeing connections instead of parts…
Adaptive Leadership Characterised by both; • participative processes ”Surfing the Edge of Chaos’” • collaborate solution findingBenefits:• Engagement, ownership leading to… …enthusiasm/energy and commitment• Better solutions – innovationThe Pronoun Test “I” or “We” “My” or “Our” “We” or “They” Daniel Pink – “A whole new mind”“Theres only one thing better than ownership – authorship! Simon Breakspear , “Talent Magnets” 18
Adaptive Leadership • Live with disequilibrium • Develop a culture where issues can be raised openly • All are responsible for the future • Leadership capacity is developed • Continuous improvement and reflectionHeifetz et al 2009